Review: A tense whodunnit on The Moor

From Catherine Lucie, The Moor questions the limits of a … Continue Reading

Review: Gundog and the draw of the reassuringly familiar

Time relentlessly passes. One moment, you’re tupping sheep; the next, … Continue Reading

Bunny review – Abounds in relevant social issues

A one-act, one-woman performance, Bunny submerges you into Katie’s mind … Continue Reading

Strangers in Between review – open, honest, startlingly funny

For a play about secrets, self-discovery and reinvention, Strangers In … Continue Reading

Lobster review – Strength in universality

In spite of their seemingly opposite personalities, it’s love at … Continue Reading

East review – Fuses slapstick and serious

Sometimes, when you pick a play to stage, you automatically … Continue Reading

Bananaman review – Comic strip nostalgia

Originally conceived as a back-page comic strip in 1980, the … Continue Reading